Amanda Davies

Professor

  • The University of Western Australia (M213), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

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Biography

Professor Amanda Davies is a human geographer with expertise in population geography, demography and regional development. Her research focuses on examining Australia's population growth, distribution and patterns of demographic change, particularly in response to economic, social or climatic challenges. Her work also focuses on exploring the social, economic and environmental issues related to rural re-population.

Amanda is an applied researcher and works closely with industry and government partners to deliver timely and relevant information to inform policy.

Amanda is Head of UWA's School of Social Sciences and is a Fellow of the Institute of Australian Geographers.

Roles and responsibilities

Head, School of Social Sciences

Board Member: University of Western Australia Publishing; Academic Board; Academic Board Executive Committee

Committee Member: UWA Curriculum Committee; UWA Research Committee; UWA Academic Quality and Standards Committee

Research expertise keywords

  • Human Geography
  • demography
  • population geography
  • regional development
  • rural communities
  • volunteering
  • leadership
  • Western Australia
  • geography

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